Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Try it on Tuesday - My Favourite Things

Hello Everyone!

It's time for the first challenge of the year over at Try it on Tuesday and we have a good for one for you! For the next fortnight our challenge is MY FAVOURITE THINGS.

We would like to see your favourite product, your favourite technique or maybe even your favourite colour! Whatever 'favourite' you can think of! Just make sure to tell us about it in your post.


My two favourite things are TEXTURE and GLITTER so I have included both in spades! For the background I used some homemade texture paste and a Memory Box stencil to create some texture. Then I sprayed the panel with Tim Holtz distress sprays Weathered Wood and Iced Spruce.

I splattered on a little bit of water and some distress stains Weathered Wood and Iced Spruce to shabby it up a bit, then I dabbed all of the raised areas very lightly with my Tim Holtz Brushed Pewter paint to give the pattern a nice shimmery look.


The clock was cut using my brand new Tim Holtz Weathered Clock die and then I used Tim's coloured crackle technique to give it an amazing texture. I used Gathered Twigs, Walnut Stain, Black Soot and Iced Spruce. I also added a little bit of Distress Paint Tarnished Brass and some DecoArt Dazzling Metallics White Pearl paint here and there for a little extra metallic look.


Around the edge of the back panel, I used Ranger liquid pearls to make a frame and then I sprayed the entire edge with distress ink Tarnished Brass. HERE IS WHERE THINGS GOT INTERESTING...

I sprayed the Tarnished Brass with water because I wanted to lighten the colour a bit, but instead of getting lighter, the colours starting separating. What I ended up with was this amazing mix of yellows, oranges and white pearlescent glitter! WHAT!!!! LOVE IT! Until Tim Holtz gives it a name, I am calling it the Separated Tarnished Brass Technique!!

The '2015' was made from crafter's clay and a fondant mold. I coated it with Picket Fence crackle paint then rubbed Gathered Twigs into the cracks, then painted it with Tarnished Brass and dabbed on some white pearl paint.



My New Year's resolution is to pull out some of the billion die sets I own that I have never used! So, the leaves were cut with a very old Spellbinders die. I drew on the veins with liquid pearls and then used the same Separated Tarnished Brass Technique. They are also coated with glitter.

I enjoyed the look of the Separated Tarnished Brass Technique so much that I decided to carry that colour through the entire card. The roses were made using hot glue from my glue gun and my new rose mold!! I painted them with Picket Fence crackle paint, spritzed them with Tarnished Brass distress spray, soaked them with water causing the spray to separate and then I coated them with Rock Candy dry glitter! Aren't they pretty!


The steampunk clock in the center was made using crafter's clay and a Mod Podge mold. I coloured it with Tarnished Brass paint then antiqued it with Black Soot and highlighted it with Brushed Pewter.

The clock hands were coated with home made glitter paste and highlighted with Tarnished Brass and Brushed Pewter paints.


The strip running down the card is vellum with gold embossed musical notes, although I really tried to do this on tissue for the Mixed Media Card Challenge this month, but it just didn't work. Sad face.

The bells were painted with Tarnished Brass and then coated with Rock Candy distress dry glitter. Looks like I missed a spot on that one there...oops! lol


I am entering my New Years Card into the following wonderful challenges:

- Simply Create Too - Challenge #76 - Let's Celebrate
Open Minded Crafting - Challenge #27 - New Years Resolutions (to use old dies that I have never used before)
- Crafty Boots Challenges - Out with the Old and In with the New 
(new products - clock die, rose mold and metallic ink sprays / new technique - separated tarnished brass)

- My Time to Craft - Challenge #273 - All Things New
(new products - clock die, rose mold and metallic ink sprays / new technique - separated tarnished brass)



That's it for today. Thank you for stopping in and for all the amazing comments. I read and appreciate every single one! If you have any questions, please let me know.


146 comments:

  1. The tarnished brass looks almost apricot and is just gorgeous, especially on those roses.....my glue gun will be out today! ..and the weathered clock die has just gone on my list...love the crackle on it and love your new technique!......so much texture...sumptuous eye candy Pamellia. Ruth x

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    1. Aahhh, how sweet! Thank you so much Ruth! I sure have missed you! I hope you had a wonderful New Years! big hugs :)

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  2. Fabulous creation Camellia, lovely added goodies and design. Thank you for your inspiring compliments but I think you are the one who is creative and comes up with the most unbelievable creations, but I do thank you for your vote of confidence.xxxxxx{The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}


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    1. Thanks so much Annie! Never underestimate how amazing your creations are, I just love visiting your blog for my daily eye candy!! big hugs :)

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  3. Wow, absolutely STUNNING! Hugs, Valerie

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  4. Oh My ,another fab creation Pamellia, i so love your work .... the old iron clock looks so weathered and tarnished and your leaves an flowers so,so frosty and crisp , just magnificent ....
    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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    1. Aahhh, thank you so much Elaine! It will be a dreary couple of months around here without you! sending big hugs to you and yours :)

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  5. Lovely work as always, Pamellia. The colours are so sofisticated and design perfect.
    Hugs xx

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  6. Absolutely stunning as always Pamellia, I adore this. The weathered clock looks absolutely amazing and as I love texture too I adore the background and all the wonderful texture and dimension. Love the little bells too. What a delightful piece of art. Tracy x x

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    1. Aahhh, what a wonderful compliment! Thank you so much Tracy! big hugs :)

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  7. Stunning! Stunning! Stunning! Love it all Pamellia. Incredible texture and shimmer. Tremendous artistry. Nicola x

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  8. Glad you found another way to use one of TH's products, it is unique and amazing. A glorious card, so many textures and colours and of course the given sparkle.

    Beautiful Pamellia, just beautiful:-) xxx

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    1. Thank you so much Mo! You really made me smile this morning! hugs :)

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  9. Oh my goodness! This is truly stunning Pamellia, your design is so beautiful and the textures are amazing. I love the colours and all your gorgeous attention to detail.
    hugs Sue xx

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  10. Another wonder of the arty world Pamellia....I just love not only the textures used here but the colour combination is really unique. I can see why you are number 1 in the crafting world ;))

    Big hugs
    Donna xxxx

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    1. Aahhh, thanks Donna! You always make me smile! big hugs comin' at ya! :)

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  11. Wow!! What can I say ... another stunning piece of art ... I am enthralled by your hot glue roses ... How ever do you come up with these ideas ... Thanks so much for making me smile everytime I visit

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    1. What a wonderful comment Ros! Thank you so much for all the sweet things you say! big hugs :)

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  12. This is so fabulous Pamellia I just want to touch it. It has so many textures and details, I love it.
    Lorraine

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    1. haha, it is very touchable! Thanks so much Lorraine! hugs :)

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  13. Oh Gosh!! It's not often that I can't put into words what I'm thinking, but this has me actually struggling, as none of the words sum up how fabulous this is! Every single thing has me enthralled! Big hugs, Chrisx

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  14. Gorgeous creation Pamellia! Work of art! There are so many things on this card that I love, I don't even know where to begin! Well, I'll start with that gorgeous rustic clock: the colors and texture you used is just perfect for it! The little roses are like fancy icing on the cake!! The vellum strips are amazing, and the base panel with all the texture is to die for!!! Love it all! I wonder if one day pretty soon they'll just have to open an art museum just for your cards?!?! See you on the dance floor ;)

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    1. Thanks Samra! I'm always so excited to hear what you think, and you never fail to make me feel like the queen of the world! My biggest hugs and smiles are being beamed out to Vegas right now!! See you out on the dance floor my friend :)

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  15. Happy New Year, Pamellia! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!
    Another utterly amazing design full of so much delicious detail and fabulous techniques! xxx

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    1. Thanks so much Jane! I had a great holiday thanks, although it went by must too quickly! Glad to get back in the craft room though! hugs :)

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  16. Hi There Pamellia
    What fabulous photos and tutorial
    Visual candy ,inspirational and really quite a beautiful card.
    Thanks for sharing with us as you join the Challenge #27 about New Years Resolutions!!

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    1. Thank you very much Shirley-Anne! hugs :)

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  17. Another PJ stunner!. I love your new technique - now on my list for our next session. This is full of glitz and just perfect for welcoming in the new year. Love all the details and how you have combined normally hard objects such as the clocks with normally soft objects like the roses and leaves.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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    1. Aahhh, thank you Cec! What a wonderful compliment! I'm smiling like a goofball! hugs :)

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  18. Not seeing all the photos Pamellia (I know blogger is playing up today) but can see enough to know you certainly got the glitter and texture factors beautifully incorporated into another gorgeous piece of artwork.

    B x

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    1. Stupid Blogger!! ha! Thanks Brenda, you're so sweet! hugs :)

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  19. Everything about this card is gorgeous, I love the shimmery detail on the leaves. They are so pretty!! Whenever I see your work I always seem to stare open mouthed at the beauty of what you make. Your work is very inspiring xx

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    1. Oh my gosh Georgie, what a wonderful thing to say! Thank you very much!! big hugs :)

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  20. A gorgeous card. I love your new technique and a great colour scheme. Your roses are beautiful, I never would have thought that they were made out of glue and the gold embossed vellum is very pretty. Sally D.x.

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    1. Thanks so much Sally! I tried to make them out of clay, but I kept smooshing them when I tried to get them out...figured the hot glue is really hard when it dries, and so it was!! hugs :)

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  21. A really beautiful card, great tutorial hugs Bee

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  22. Lots of beautiful things to see here! Loved your textures and your new experiments turn out wow! The roses are just fab dear. You have magic in your fingers ane each time I am just gaping at your creations like a kid watching a magic show! Great going and hopevto see more of your magic. Big hugs.

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    1. Aahhh, thanks Rupa! Quite a compliment coming from such a talented lady! big hugs :)

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  23. Wow, so many fabulous detail work done on this creation. Love the roses, 2015 and the distressed look of your clock. Thanks for sharing on the Open-Minded Crafting Challenge #27 - New Year Resolutions.

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  24. Fabulous art project, Great technique and beautiful design.
    Mar x

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    1. Thanks so much Mar and happy new year!! hugs :)

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  25. As usual, Fantastic! you do the most beautiful work Pamelia and this one is no exception, love it!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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  26. Fabulous piece Pamellia, gorgeous colours and texture and I love the look of the 'Tarnished Brass!
    Avril xx
    p.s. Thanks for linking this to FSC. x

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  27. This is stunning Pamellia, all the details are so beautiful and your roses are just perfect. Love the tarnished brass effect, such a fabulous blend of colours. Fabulous. Hugs Carole Z X

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  28. Gorgeous card Pamellia. I just recently discovered the Distress Stain picket fence and brushed pewter and I just love love love it. But it's difficult for me to get Ranger products here. Here's another sad face ;-(
    Hugs Veerle

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    1. Thanks so much Veerle! Aren't Tim's products great! Can't wait for all the new releases this year, oh boy! hugs :)

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  29. What a great start to the New Year Pamellia! Your card is stunning, I love the textured background, the fabulous weathered clock with it's gorgeous crackling and the wonderful embellishments you added. Simply beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing this with us at A Vintage Journey. Hugs, Anne xx

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    1. Thank you very kindly Anne! Hope all is well in your neck of the woods! hugs and smiles to you :)

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  30. Stunning creation with all the wonderful textures you seem to create so easily

    Love Chrissie x

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    1. Thanks Chrissie! Practice, practice, practice! lol hugs :)

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  31. Wow ... amazing. Love all the elements and the colour combination is beautiful. Always learn things when I come by Pamellia!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Mixed Media Card Challenge. Loll xx

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  32. My dear friend, I have just sighed a very happy sigh after taking in your masterpiece for quite a long time. Your creations are always so dreamy! ♥ I love every detail individually and equally love it as a whole! Your happy accident is extraordinary, which is mind-boggling. Even your 'oops' moments are perfection! The clock and roses are exquisite beyond words! What a gorgeous rose mold! I love the gold musical score stamp on the vellum. And jingly bells! One of my favorite things ever.. only you could take them to a whole new level by painting them. :o) So beautifully done as always, Pamellia! I hope you have a sparkly day. :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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    1. Aahhh, thank you so much Karen! You always say just the right thing to kick start my day!! I dropped my project on the floor yesterday and busted it to bits...I needed the extra smiles! Thanks my dear friend, hugs :)

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  33. WOW Pamellia! Great New Year's card with mixed media elements! Gentle colors, beautiful cracks on the clock and roses! Beautiful impressions!!!
    Hugs :)
    Max

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  34. Hi Pamellia
    Cracklisciously divine! And those roses? Magnificent! Your third and fourth favourite things? Hmmmm, my money would be on pizza and puffs lol!
    Superdoopah as always chuckie!
    Ang x

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    1. HAHA, pizza and puffs it is! You should get a kick out of my next big project Ang! Thanks for popping in and making me giggle today! hugs :)

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  35. Absolutely gorgeous. love all the textures and sparkle, there is some amazing techniques on this piece.
    Yvonne xx

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    1. Thanks so much Yvonne! That's the great thing about new products...unexplored techniques! YAY! hugs :)

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  36. Absolutely brilliant Pamellia - I think I might have said that before! Your design and details are stunning as always and your clock looks like metal, it must take you ages to produce such beautiful pieces of art.
    Pauline
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    1. Thanks so much Pauline! This one took me two days, not bad compared to others! eek
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  37. Gorgeous Pamellia, as always! What a clever girl you are. Happy crafting, Angela x

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  38. It looks like someone has been having fun experimenting again!

    Fabulous card, I love all the texture and bling and the new clock die looks amazing. Thank you for sharing your work with all of us at Crafty Boots Challenges.

    Dionne

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    1. Thanks so much Dionne! happy hump day my friend :)

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  39. Wowsers, an amazing card with some wonderful techniques!! Love all the varied crackle effects and that tarnished brass technique is something else! Wonder whether it would work with the other metallics too...? Love this, the effect of the pearl paint looks so beautiful and frosty too!

    Sorry I have not been around much lately but hope to catch up soon! Belated Happy New Year to you and yours! Off to check out some of the things I have missed....

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    1. Thank you so much Astrid! No need to apologize, I sure hope you had a great holiday with your family! Looking forward to seeing your first creation of 2015! hugs and smiles :)

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  40. As always Pamellia a stunning project and great details of how it was achieved (if only we could buy the secret ingredient - your artistic flair!). Love those numbers in particular. Thanks for joining in at Crafty Boots Challenges this time.

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    1. So sweet! Thank you Lisette! hugs and smiles :)

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  41. Wow, Pamellia! It seems like every time I look at your work I start off by saying Wow, wow, wow to myself. Then my mouth hangs wide open. Then the drool starts...not a very pretty sight on my end! But this is amazing! You ARE the QUEEN of texture! I love all the crackly, crunchy look of every part of this card, juxtaposed by the shimmer of the gold embossed vellum. Your embellishments, especially the roses and clock faces and hands!!! are so yummy. Boy, I wish I lived close to you, so I could have the privilege of watching you work! AMAZING!

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    1. Aahhh, thank you Sara! As usual, you have put a big goofy grin on my face that will probably stick with me all day (I think the mailman thinks I'm hitting on him) lol!! Thanks for stopping in and making my day complete! hugs and smiles :)

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    2. HA, HA, Ha! Tee Hee! That is me just laughing so hard at your crack about the mailman! Not only are you so talented, you are so funny!

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    3. Glad someone thinks so! lol hugs :)

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  42. Oh MY! How exquisitely constructed, Pamellia! I am always amazed at the products you use to bring the ordinary to new heights! Just lovely! hugs, de

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    1. Thank you so much Donna! hugs and smiles :)

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  43. Oh I just love the clock as an image of the new year. I'm also oohhing and aahhing over all your sugar-sprinkled embellies. Thanks for gracing the gallery at the MMCC this month. Happy 2015, Pamellia.

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  44. This is amazing Pamellia, just love it. You have inspired me to try with some modelling paste though I have only used it through a stencil at the moment I shall show this card on my blog soon, nothing spectacular, nothing anywhere near as good as your creations but I was pleased with how the paste turned out lol!

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Oh boy Jacquie, that is exciting news! Whatever you make, it will be gorgeous, I know it!! I can't wait to see! Thanks for the sweet comment, you really made me smile this morning! big giant hugs to you :)

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  45. Love this card! It must have taken a while...it'd be gorgeous on a small canvas! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you so much Gavi! hugs and smiles :)

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  46. Such an exquisite card, love your crackles, glitter and texture and your bells are gorgeous. Thanks for joining in the challenge at A Vintage Journey and good luck.
    Happy New Year, Julie x

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    1. Thank you Julie, for all of your wonderful comments today! Have a fabulous week! hugs and smiles :)

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  47. Drooooooooooooooool, sigh, droool, sigh, Oh! my goodness, I would truly LOVE to be in your craft room when you do all these things, then find a happy accident! you must have been overjoyed at your find of the new brass technique. You are amazingly creative, yes I know I've told you before! but you are. xx

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    1. Teehee, thanks Faith! At first I was like 'what the!", and then I swooned over how amazing it was! Everyone loves a happy accident!! hugs and smiles :)

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  48. Love all the textures Pamellia! Especially that clock - yummy. Beautiful project Teamie, love n hugs, Cindy

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  49. wow this is totally gorgeous!!! just love the great details on this tag!!! I really hope that I also get this new resolution done which is use the dies that I have that I didn't use yet!!! Gorgeous!

    Thanks for joining our fortnightly challenge here at Open Minded Crafting Fun Challenge. Hope you will join us next time co-owner Crafting Vicky. I’m doing a giveaway

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    1. Thanks so much Vicky for the lovely comment and the heads up about the giveaway! hugs and smiles :)

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  50. You are discovering new techniques daily. I love the one you used on this card. Now I need some of that tarnished brass paint ... Oh, I just love the roses. They look AMAZING! I love using my silicone molds with hot glue. It's so easy to make your own embellishments this way, isn't it? Well done on putting those "forgotten" dies to some use too. I should do that too - I still have quite a few I've had for what seems like forever, but never used them. *ooops* I love those little bells too. Such a great way to use them!
    Absolutely stunning card!
    Sending big hugs your way! xx

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    1. I hear you Maja! I have four binders FULL of dies and I hardly ever use any of them. I like the foliage dies and accent pieces, but the Spellbinders Labels and that sort of thing...totally ignore them! HA! Not this year, gonna pull them out and use them whenever possible (at least for the first couple of weeks) HAHA!! Thanks for popping in my friend! hugs and smiles to you :)

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  51. A beautiful textured card! I love the gold embossed vellum and the frosted bells. What was the Tarnished Brass Technique created from? I'm sure you said, but I got confused:-)) I wasn't sure if it was Distress Paint, Stain or Spray. Anyway, gorgeous layers of goodness!

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    1. Thank you so much Marci!! It was the spray that I used. I haven't tried it with any of the other metallics yet, but I'm going to that's for sure! hugs :)

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  52. I love your choice of favourite things and they are reflected so well in this beautiful design. The clock looks stunning with your beautiful sparkle and texture!
    Rebecca.
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    1. Aahhh, thanks Rebecca! We have glitter in common! big hugs and smiles :)

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  53. What a gorgeous creation Pamellia! I love these color together with the tarnished clock and your roses are stunning!!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  54. Another stunning creation Pamellia!!! So glad you joined in the fun @ the Mixed Media Card Challenge!
    Wishing you a FABULOUS 2015!

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  55. An absolutely stunning creation, a real work of art. Jacqui DT Open Minded Crafting Fun Challenges

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  56. Separated tarnished brass is a great name for your new technique and what fabulous effects you achieved with it. I love your beautiful card Pamellia, the design, the layers, the gorgeous pearls and textures, they have all combined to make a stunning new year card.
    Wishing you and yours a happy New Year too and thanks for sharing your talents with us at A Vintage Journey.
    hugs Brenda xx

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    1. Thank you so much Brenda and a Happy New Year to you too! hugs and smiles :)

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  57. Glorious crackle on the clock, and the separated tarnished brass technique is fabulous! Wonderful creation, and thank you so much for joining us on A Vintage Journey.
    Alison xx

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  58. Love the antiqued clock works on this Pamellia, and all the glorious crackle - I could stare at each photo for hours! Thank you so much for joining both in the AVJ and the Mixed Media Card Challenges!

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  59. Beautiful! Love the colours and fabulous crackle textures
    The weathered clock and mechanics are stunning

    Thank you for joining in our challenge at A Vintage Journey

    Jools x

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  60. More cool colours and lots to look at. Love the crackle. I never can get that. Lovely piece. Hugz

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  61. OMG! Congrats on "Pinworthy" at A Vintage Journey!!!

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    1. Thank you so much Samra! Thanks for letting me know too, I'm on my way to check it out! hugs from Toronto :)

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  62. Fabulous card!! Thank You for playing this week at MMCC!

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  63. So fancy! I can't pull this kind of look off!! Thanks for playing along with Open Minded Crafting Fun Challenges!

    lovies, =o) kel
    Open-Minded DT member

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  64. Simply stunning! I love all the texture and yummy goodness! Thanks for sharing with us at the Mixed Media Card Challenge!

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  65. oh wow! this card is just stunning! love it! glad you joined us at MMCC :)

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  66. Swooooon..... its been a while since I dropped in, so first of all wish U and ur family a v happy new year. Now to your card.... its soooo beautiful. How do U manage to in one beauty after another. If I had to pick my fav from ur projects, id b totally totally lost..... love ur style. Thank you for playing along with MMCC this month. Cheers.

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    1. Aahhh, thanks so much Kripa! Happy New Year to you too! big hugs :)

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  67. You work wonders on every project!! I am so mesmerized :) Thank you for sharing with MMCC!

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  68. I love this - it has a wintry feel and just the right amount of layering and distressing. I hope you don't mind that I've pinned it for inspiration.

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    1. Oh my gosh, of course I don't mind! What a wonderful thing to say! Thanks Marina! hugs :)

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